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On the Playlist: Kappa Gamma - Just Another

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Tom Young Tom Young | 10:20 UK time, Tuesday, 6 November 2012

A look at this week's Radio 1 playlist and you'll come across the name of Kappa Gamma and their track Just Another. They are the latest BBC Introducing artist to get a spot on the playlist which means daytime plays by Fearne Cotton, Greg James, Dev and Scott Mills. Have a listen to Just Another below, find out a little bit more about Kappa Gamma and then let us know what YOU think of the track.

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Hometown: Kappa Gamma are a fourpiece Nottingham. After changing their name from Cromwell Street, they now share their moniker with an American fraternity for the deaf.

Style: It's finely engineered indie soundscapes with the dreamlike qualities of Bombay Bicycle Club, Wild Beasts and Foals. Just Another is beautifully crafted three and a half minutes of floating vocals and irresistable stop-start guitar rhythms.

You need to know: Just Another was released through Destination Moon, a label set up by Rolo Tomassi, who they are currently on tour with in Germany.

Supported by: Like Dog Is Dead, who they've also supported, Kappa Gamma have had many a play on Dean Jackson's BBC Introducing show, The Beat and last month were played on Jen Long and Ally McCrae's Sunday night Radio 1 show.

Find out more:
Watch the video for Just Another and then hook up with the band on Facebook, Twitter and Soundcloud.

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